Mid-February 2021 should be marked on everybody’s calendar for its double celebratory achievements involving the vast universe of flight history.
The Partnership for Public Service and the Washington Post are currently providing vetting services for the 1,250 positions the new US presidential administration must fill soon.
Homelessness seems to be a hot topic for letter writers these days — why wouldn’t it be? It’s one of those topics that isn’t going to stop being discussed until something is done to fix the problem.
The average US life expectancy dropped by a year in the first half of 2020 according to a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics, a part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In November, Microsoft founder-turned-philanthropist Bill Gates predicted that half of business travel workers and 30% of “days in the office” would go away forever.
It’s the headline millions have been waiting for during the past year and now it’s been published on the front page of the Wall Street Journal in its Feb. 10 edition.
The Saturday acquittal of Donald J. Trump will head a chapter in American history books from now on, but many politicians believe that the story will have more twists and turns ahead.
While the whole world is distracted by the splendid video and superlative commentary, the Donald J. Trump “Big Lie” impeachment trial is setting a high mark for a historic judicial presentation.
Tuesday’s opening of Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial had some long-winded humans testifying, but the program’s star was a well-crafted, explanatory video of his call to the thousands of rioters that captured the nation’s Capitol on Jan. 6.
It looks like Michael Rives is in the hot seat right now. The spotlight has been on him since the November election, when he won seats on the Antelope Valley Healthcare District Board and the Antelope Valley Community College Board.
The promise of a COVID-19 vaccine seemed to be our saving grace and something that would finally put an end to the stay-at-home orders and the restrictions on everyday activities, that we’ve had to endure for nearly a year.
Anyone who has tracked the career of Donald J. Trump would not be surprised that shortly after his five-person team resigned, he had hired a two-man defense arm for his impeachment trial.
Feb. 1 will mark 19 years since Wall Street Journal journalist Daniel Pearl was killed and though it seemed like justice was served in the conviction of his killer, that man has been freed.
On Wednesday, two major American newspapers published strong warnings on how dangerous it is, particularly for elderly people, to lose large gobs of money to criminal scammers.
For almost 40 years, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci held two jobs: As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he has run one of the nation’s premier research institutions. But he has also been an adviser to seven presidents, from Ronald Reagan until now, for Joseph Biden.
Climate change experts are glad to have Joe Biden in the White House as an enthusiastic official who wants to provide strong support for making climate changes around the world.
Monday was a good day for many in the service industry: It marked the day that stay-at-home orders were lifted and some businesses were allowed to continue operations.
It’s 2021, a brand-new year and for a few months now, the Antelope Valley Union High School District Board has had a new member. However, that hasn’t stopped the “terrible twosome,” Victoria Ruffin and Amanda Parrell, from making a point through their votes.
Your grandchildren will soon be taught that a remarkable historic event occurred on Jan. 13, 2021 when a true bipartisan Congress impeached President Donald J. Trump for a second time.
The Wall Street Journal — which has offered many editorials in support of President Donald J. Trump — on Jan. 7, urged that the president resign to avoid impeachment.
If you’ve ever hit a speed bump unexpectedly, you know what a jolt that can give you. The same can be said for hitting anything while driving, whether it’s a pole, trash can or an animal.